Published on 25 May 07
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Practitioners are constantly facing questions regarding the treatment of intangible property for tax purposes. This paper is designed to equip the audience with an understanding of the different forms of intangible property and their interaction with the capital allowance, CGT, black hole and other provisions contained in the tax law.
- The different forms of intellectual property
- The issues that fall outside the capital allowances regime
- Planning issues (eg asset protection and income splitting)
- Exploitation of intangibles
- Special deduction rules
- Special CGT rules
- Black holes.
Paul Welch FTIA joined Baker and McKenzie as a Partner in 2007, having previously been a Tax Partner at a “Big 4” accounting firm. With more than 15 years of corporate tax experience, Paul’s expertise ranges from transaction based advisory to international tax planning and transfer pricing. Paul’s client base includes closely held groups, listed multi-nationals and transaction originators
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28 May 2008